Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Advanced Tutorial: How to Setup Camera, Green Screen, Overlay and Scenes for Twitch (4 Videos)

Advanced Tutorial: How to Setup Camera, Green Screen, Overlay and Scenes for Twitch (4 Videos)


How to Stream to Twitch Tutorial: [Practical Application: Web Cam, Stream Cam, Gamer Cam] 1/4


This Twitch tutorial series is a walkthrough for those wanting to learn how to become a streamer. In this video we will discuss camera options on Amazon, price points, and OBS setup.

This advanced twitch tutorial video is the 1st of four. Each video will cover a different element that will all be integrated together in the final video.

This series covers how to create an overlay for twitch feeds, how to use moobot and nightbot, how to do giveaways, how to save twitch files locally, and how to setup OBS? Check out the other videos in the series for more detailed instructions. Subscribe, follow, thumbs up, and comment! Check out our other tutorials

Setting Up Images & Overlays: [How to Stream to Twitch Advanced Tutorial] 2/4


In this advanced twitch tutorial video, we discuss how to use images and overlays in OBS. We introduce the concept of scenes, overlays, and transitions. I discussed in an earlier video how to create overlays. Check that video out on youtube.

Once you have your overlay complete you can import the image into OBS and setup new scenes to act as transitions. An example might be to have an overlay look for when you're broadcasting then have another scene look for when you're on a break or just chatting with the audience or doing giveaways.

This video is the second video of four.

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How to Setup Green Screens for Twitch: [How to Stream to Twitch Advanced Tutorial] 3/4



This series is a walkthrough for those wanting to learn how to become a streamer.  We 
discuss green screens, where to buy them, how to use them, and how to set them up in OBS.

A green screen is a chroma key composite material used in post production to composite two images or video streams together based on color hues. The most common is the color green followed by blue.

Green screens materials and paints can be purchases on Amazon.com depending on your budget. I discuss the poor man's option in the video.

This video is the third video of four. The next video talks about how to bring all these elements together in OBS for Twitch.

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How to Integrate Cameras, Green Screens, Overlays Into Your Stream: [Advanced Twitch Tutorial] 4/4


This series is a walkthrough for those wanting to learn how to become a streamer.  We put together the information presented in the three previous videos. It is intended to provide practical ideas for the new streamer or youtuber.

Once you mastered the green screen, web camera, and overlays you can now set them up into scenes in OBS. We show how to think of your broadcast like a show. Each scene is a different look for each segment of your broadcast. 

In this video we showed a general look for a discussion of the walking dead in which I'm zoomed in and talking to the camera. Then I present a zoomed out look for when I'm searching and showing web information. The possibilities are endless depending one what type of show you're producing.


This video is the fourth video of four. We explain the individual parts then put them all together in the final video

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